Using Data to Improve Operational Intelligence

Big Data Peer Group

at Aquila

October 15, 2019 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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Time: 3:30pm     Day: Tuesday     Doors: 3:15pm     Ages: All Ages     Price: $10 - $15
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Join NMTC's Big Data peer group and hear from guest speaker Aaron Jaramillo, Vice President of Business Development at Aquila. Learn how to combine data from three different sources; Machine Data, Transactional Data, and Reference Data to produce new operational intelligence that can be coupled with machine learning to give organizations unparalleled visibility into their people, processes and technology.


Meet The Speaker 

Aaron Jaramillo

Vice President of Business Development 


As vice president of business development, Aaron Jaramillo is responsible for driving strategic partnerships and transactions to accelerate growth for Aquila and its customers. Mr. Jaramillo works with external partners around the world to identify areas of collaboration, drive innovation, and help organizations keep their resources safe. In this capacity, he also manages Aquila’s relationship with the cyber security community and oversees strategic alliances through the company’s distribution and reseller engagement program.

Prior to this role, Mr. Jaramillo served in leadership positions with Splunk, Xerox, NetApp, Presidio, and Presbyterian Healthcare, where he gained first-hand knowledge of the information security challenges faced by start-ups, large-scale enterprises, and government organizations. Before joining Aquila, Mr. Jaramillo held various technical positions across engineering, sales, marketing and business development roles, with a primary focus on aligning infrastructure solutions with operational requirements.

A seven-year active duty U.S. Navy veteran, Mr. Jaramillo earned his bachelor’s degree in IT management from the University of Phoenix. Mr. Jaramillo currently serves as a Board Member for Los Ojos de la Familia, a charitable organization providing educational development and quality of life assistance to community members throughout New Mexico.

A native New Mexican, Mr. Jaramillo lives in the Albuquerque area with his wife of 27 years. They are proud parents of three adult children.


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